May Kuhn

(1882-1964). Poet, missionary, teacher. A native of Massachusetts, she graduated from South Lancaster Academy in 1903 and became principal of a nine-grade school in Brooklyn, which later developed into an academy. She later received her B.A. degree from Washington Missionary College and her M.A. from the University of Southern California. She taught at Washington Missionary College, Union College, Emmanuel Missionary College, La Sierra College, Shanghai Missionary College, and the Home Study Institute. In 1909 she became educational secretary for the Atlantic Union Conference and then taught for a time in the Bermuda Islands. After returning to the United States, she studied nursing. In 1911 she married Pastor Otto B. Kuhn, and in 1916 they went to China, where they served until 1937. Afte...

From the Seventh-day Adventist Encyclopedia. Published with permission from the Review and Herald Publishing Association.

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